Day 566, The Beauty of Water

  Monday Morning   The featured image above speaks to me about the importance of water.  However, the subject is not using soap.  Be sure to use ample soap when washing your hands as it can kill the COVID-19 virus and keep you safe.   Snow is on the ground and has been for several Read More …

Day 564, Water Wonders and How to Achieve Your Goals in a Pandemic by Paying Particular Attention to Process

KaeLyn and Dad at Point Reyes, California, U.S.A., 2003   “For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground; I will pour out my Spirit on your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants” (Isaiah 44:3).   A friend of mine once exclaimed, “Water, water everywhere, but none to Read More …

Day 558, Fighting a World-Wide Virus

Photo by Jérémy Stenuit on Unsplash   “Asking the question ‘are we doing enough’ regularly and repeatedly is critical.”- Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, technical lead, World Health Organization, infectious disease epidemiologist.   Saturday Evening   Lately, we have been bombarded with the news about the COVID-19 virus.  My husband’s son visited today and let us Read More …

Day 547, Forgiveness, Love, Gratitude, and Joy

  Monday Morning   Cognitive Distortions   This morning, I am clearing my head of weekend troubles and clearing the path into the future.  Again, I am thinking of the cognitive distortions that lead to depressed thinking.  However, I am answering back when a distorted thought takes over my mind.  I am squashing false limiting Read More …